Patryk Klimala has not yet set the heather alight at Celtic.

But the striker is fired up to make an impact under Neil Lennon. The Polish hitman has had a stop-start season so far, notching a couple of goals from the bench and playing a bit-part role behind the likes of Odsonne Edouard and £5million man Albian Ajeti.

The player remains confident in his own abilities, however - especially working under Lennon whom he credits as the best coach he has had in his young career. "I’ve learned a lot from the manager,” the 22-year-old told Celtic View. "The most important thing he’s taught me is how to play with my back to goal. That is something we’ll have to do when we face teams who defend deep and limit the space."

Klimala has struggled for game time thus far, but he puts that down to the time it has taken him to adjust to life in Scottish football. Although he reckons he's finally starting to get the hang of things. "It was hard for me to adjust to problems like that when I first came here," he added. "But now I feel confident in the set-up and with how the manager wants me to play. 

"I feel like I’ve learned a lot more tactically under Neil Lennon than with any other manager I’ve played for so he’s definitely the best manager I’ve had in my life."